I am back! Carson CIty Toyota does not keep their promise

Hello dear Readers, I am back! I meant to start up again as soon as school was over but for the month I have been depressed and really unable to do much but fight for a refund promised to me.
have been depressed and really unable to do much but fight for a refund promised to me.
See, four years ago I bought a nice used Toyota Highlander from Carson City Toyota. Towards the end of the transaction I was talked into buying an extended warranty with a written promise that I would get my money back if I did not use it. I must stress, I was given a written promise on a Toyota brochure, which is why I bought it. When my warranty expired I went to Carson City Toyota thinking I would walk out with $1675.00. I was shocked to find out that they forgot to explain to me that my refund would come from a third party, a business that just went out bankrupt! The long and short of it is, the Attorney General’s Office and Insurance Commissioner’s office  believe I am owed the money by Carson City Toyota, but cannot force them to return my money. So, I am out a lot of money without an apology. If any of my readers live near me, do not buy from Carson City Toyota, as they lie and do not keep their promises. I feel okay knowing they are being investigated and may face problems down the road. As for me, I will not darken their door again and will make sure my area knows about their deceitful practices.
I have been reading, now that school is out I can read what I want. I have read two Bernard Knight books. He is a wonderful medieval mystery writer. I also read Paul Davies’ The Mind of God, a look at the mystery surrounding quantum physics.  Three days ago I received Felix J Palma’s The Map of Time (an ARC) and finally got my hands on The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown. Soon I will have a couple of reviews and fingers crossed, an update on Carson City Toyota. I hope the general manager, the man who does not care about their customers, gets fired. I hope he ends up wondering how he will pay his bills.

Author: sarij

I'm a writer, lifelong bibliophile ,and researcher. I hold a Bachelors in Humanities & History and a Master's in Humanities. When I'm not reading or talking about Shakespeare or history, you can usually find me in the garden discussing science or politics with my cat.

One thought on “I am back! Carson CIty Toyota does not keep their promise”

  1. Sari, this is just awful. You see if this happened to me I would be on a mission against the Toyota Dealership. Tweet about it, blog boldly about it and make sure as many people as possible hear what BAD BUSINESS practices they have.I hope u find some satisfaction.


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